NGC 300 Sculptor / Bildhauer   
NGC 300 is located in the inconspicuous constellation Sculptor and a prominent member of the "Sculptor group of galaxies".
Its diameter is 94,000 light-years, which is slightly smaller than our Milky Way. With a distance of  6 Mly, it is one of the closest galaxies to us in the southern sky and already easy to spot with binoculars. 

Mount
10Micron GM3000 HPS

Telescope IAS 10" Newton f/4.5  Award/published Astrobin
Camera QHY268M
 
Filter Chroma LRGB
Exposure L 27 / R 27 / G 26 / B 27 x 120s
   
Total
3h 32min
Software
PixInsight

Date
Dec 2023

Location
Remote  IAS Observatory Hakos, Namibia

Note
Image acquisition by Martin Junius
Image processing by Herbert Walter